Yeshiva Bais Hatorah in Need of Half a Million to Reopen

Two days after Yeshiva Bais Hatorah in Lakewood, NJ, was forced to close due to a financial shortfall, the close to 400 students of the...

Congressman Peters Supports Rubashkin, Will Contact Eric Holder

On Friday, August 6, Congressman Gary Peters (D-MI) of Michigan met with Rabbi Elimelech Silberberg of West Bloomfield, MI, at the Bais Chabad Torah...

Arabs Angered by Elevator Next to Aish Hatorah

Arabs are fighting plans for an elevator to allow disabled Jews to reach the Kosel, claiming the project is a threat to the Al...

Drugs, Violence Rampant in Williamsburg

Aaron Short reports: Last week's shooting in Williamsburg's Hasidic Quarter may be part of a larger trend of bloodshed and drug activity. Three people have...

Rockland County Asks Residents to Conserve Water

Rockland County's health commissioner is asking residents to voluntarily conserve water as the combination of low rainfall and warm temperatures continue to tax the...

1 Million Shekel for View of the Kosel

How much will an apartment with a view of the Kosel cost? A project featuring particularly small apartments in Yerushalayim with an attractive view...

Lakewood’s Yeshiva Bais Hatorah Forced to Close, Over 350 Students Stranded

The closure of another yeshiva in one of the Tri-State's large frum communities is indicative of a disturbing reality that is hitting home with...

Rabbis to Make Fast Day Marking 5th Anniversary of Gaza Pullout Despite Rav Metzger’s...

As the fifth anniversary of Israel's expulsion and pullout from Gaza approaches, Yesha Council's rabbis are calling on the general public to participate...

NY Times Profiles Shofar ‘Mocher’

Corey Kilgannon reports in the New York Times: Levi Meisner's Shofar Shop is really the corner of the living room of his third-floor apartment...

In Iowa Court – on Rosh Hashanah

"The clock is ticking," Wendy Weiner Runge of Minneapolis laments, when asked for an update on the status of Iowa's felony theft case against...